About the AICSA

The Australian Institute of Conveyancers SA Division (AICSA) is the peak body in South Australia representing the conveyancing profession. Using a member of the Institute is the best guarantee of ethical conduct, expert advice and professional service.

Our members are fully qualified, registered and subject to our Code of Conduct. In order to obtain registration with Consumer and Business Services, a conveyancer must meet rigorous requirements. In addition, all conveyancers must carry professional indemnity insurance to protect you, the consumer.

Conveyancing is a profession that is constantly changing. New rules and regulations governing property transfers are introduced regularly. We assists member conveyancers to keep up-to-date with the latest changes by providing a comprehensive training and professional development program that includes face-to-face seminars, online learning courses, podcasts, regular news bulletins and a monthly newsletter.

Conveyancers may work independently operating a small businesses or they may be employed by a conveyancing or law firm. Whatever their situation or location, you can have confidence in the professionalism and integrity of an AICSA member.

What the Institute provides


Advice, support and information to member conveyancers and the public via our website, regular publications and our advisory service.

Represents the profession and members of the public in discussions with government and key stakeholders, regarding proposed changes to legislation and regulations.

We aim to preserve and protect the rights and responsibilities of member conveyancers and members of the public.

Ensuring the level of education and standard of conveyancing training in South Australia is at an appropriate level by working closely with TAFE SA to produce job-ready graduates.

Has links with other organisations involved in the property profession, including affiliate AIC organisations, the Real Estate Institute of South Australia and the Law Society of South Australia.

We regularly liaise with these organisations on matters relevant to the conveyancing profession.

Offers a comprehensive Professional Development program available to both members and non-members.

Members also have to oppotunity to become a Certified Pracitising Conveyancer.

An annual conference providing members an opportunity to access training and to network with fellow conveyancers.